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Batman: Dark Victory

Batman: Dark Victory - Jeph Loeb, Tim Sale Much better than Haunted Knight as a follow-up and conclusion to the year one cycle begun by Miller and continued by Loeb. This, like The Long Halloween is a brilliantly complex story about organized crime and a follow-up to the fall of Harvey Dent. Dent defies moral categorization and at times you find yourself feeling sympathetic and even hopeful for his eventual redemption. There are hints of this throughout the story, and Loeb develops a keen sense of regret at the possibility that existed at one time of Batman having an actual companion, an equal in Dent in the war against corruption and evil in Gotham City.